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Accreditation of an education or training provider
Parent term: Accreditation
A process of quality assurance through which accredited status is granted to an education or training provider, showing it has been approved by the relevant legislative or professional authorities by having met predetermined standards.
Source: CEDEFOP 2008, Europe
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Accredited provider: A legally established institution (public or private) that has been recognised, usually for a particular period of time, by a QC or its appointed agent, as having the capacity or provisional capacity to offer a qualification or part-qualification registered on the NQF at the required standard.
Source: SAQA 2013, South Africa
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